Free Press Journal
  • BlackBerry to kill paid apps from its app store

    Toronto: BlackBerry Limited has informed a few app developers that it will forcibly remove paid software from the “BlackBerry World” app store from April 1. “BlackBerry has started alerting developers with paid apps in the ‘BlackBerry World’ store through email. According to the message, BB10 users won’t be able to purchase anything from the store starting on April 1 when the paid content will be removed,” SlashGear reported late on Tuesday.

  • Apple acquires music recognition app Shazam

    San Francisco: In keeping with its plan to expand the company’s music business, Apple confirmed that it is acquiring popular music recognition app Shazam beating Snapchat and Spotify. It has come to an agreement with the London-based service late on Monday, Tech Crunch reported.

  • Facebook to pull ‘Notify’ app from App Store

    New York: Social media giant Facebook on Friday announed that it will pull its own “Notify” app — created to send notifications from a list of news sources including Bloomberg Business, CNN and The New York Times on to your locked smartphone screen — from App Store.

  • Apple turns Twitter into ‘news app’ in App Store

    New York: After reporting dismal results this week, micro-blogging website Twitter is no longer pitted against social networks like Facebook and is now categorised under the “news” section in the Apple’s App Store.

  • Apple

    Apple turns down Cecil`s Revenge

    Washington DC : Apple will not allow it’s users to take the revenge of Cecil the loin’s brutal killing as the company has turned down the offer to include a game based on Cecil in their app store. The gaming application named ‘Cecil’s Revenge’ is loosely based on the game ‘Asteroids,’ but Cecil and his buddies in this game are the shuttle and hunters and poachers are the asteroids, reports TMZ.com. The creators of

  • World Cup 2015

    ICC launches official Cricket World Cup 2015 App

    Dubai: The International Cricket Council (ICC), in partnership with Reliance Communications, today launched the official ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 app. The app is now available for free download from the App Store and Google Play.